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March 15, 2011

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Yvette

The more the merrier. Good news, indeed. Probably even better news for mid-list authors. :)

BV Lawson

I hope so! The more opportunities we have in all formats, the better. I do fear a little bit for the midlisters in this rapidly-changing publishing world.

Yvette

Yes. It seems as if bad books and great books will always be published. But somewhere in-between those two extremes, mid-list authors are fading fast.

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